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Marvel 3D Prints: 10 Best Comic-Inspired Models

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by Pranav Gharge
Jan 16, 2020
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The popular Marvel cinematic universe has left us all with a ton of memories. Relive them with these top-notch Marvel 3D prints!

Marvel 3D Prints

The Marvel Magic

A printed Marvel logo
A printed Marvel logo (Source: 3DPurePrint via Thingiverse)

The Marvel Universe is undoubtedly the most well-known comic universe created to date, thanks to its popularly portrayed characters, exciting storylines, and massive fanbase. Despite the differences between the comics and the cinematic universe, their recognizable heroes and props have made a lasting impression on the minds of comic and cinema lovers alike.

3D printing has made it easy to create personal versions of MCU characters and objects. With this list, we’ve selected some of the coolest.

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Infinity Gauntlet

A remix of the original model with LEDs
A remix of the original model with LEDs (Source: Razoraxis047 via Thingiverse)

The Infinity Gauntlet is a Dwarven-made Uru glove that was created to channel the power of all six Infinity Stones. This makes it among the most powerful objects of the Marvel Universe. Wielding the Gauntlet, Thanos used its power to instantly wipe out half of the living beings in the universe, a moment captured in the movie Avengers: Infinity War.

Since then, the craze for the Gauntlet has only increased, and the model we’ve got for you here is one of the most accurate depictions. It’s divided into several pieces to make it easier to fit on your print bed.

Who made it? MonsterMovieProps

Who printed it? The Gauntlet has 22 makes posted, but over 23,000 people have downloaded it. The model itself looks great, and the comments have all the extra guidance you may need.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Ultron's Mask

Ultron Mask with LED lights
Post-processing can go a long way (Source: ImmersedN3D via MyMiniFactory)

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Ultron was an AI created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as a means of maintaining peace on Earth. Unfortunately, that didn’t turn out too well…

Ultron’s mask from the film is easily recognizable, but if you want an accurate look, you’ll probably need to do a bit of post-processing of this model. That said, printed in a little silver filament, it still looks pretty cool.

Wear the mask or keep it as a showpiece. Either way, it makes a great item to add to your collection.

Who made it? Stefanos Anagnostopoulos

Who printed it? With over 4,000 downloads and many posted community prints, this model has been well-tested.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Hulkbuster Suit

The Hulkbuster, fully painted and standing tall
The Hulkbuster, fully painted and standing tall (Source: Tim Sandahl via MyMiniFactory)

The Mark XLIV Armor, better known as the Hulkbuster, made its first appearance in the movie Age of Ultron and later in The Infinity War. The onscreen presence of the armor was more than spectacular, and watching it in action was always an exhilarating experience.

This model is detailed and visually appealing. It stands at just over a foot tall at 85% scale, so don’t worry about it being too small! Also, it can be printed in separate pieces, which you can later post-process.

Many makers love the model and just can’t get enough of it. Check out the community prints and see for yourself!

Who made it? Ewill3D

Who printed it? The model has over 13,000 downloads on its MyMiniFactory page and also many examples of community prints. Even on the Thingiverse page, 18 people have posted a make and over 2,000 have it in their collection.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactoryThingiverse

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Black Panther Helmet

An amazing two-toned Black Panther helmet
An amazing two-toned Black Panther helmet (Source: nilsstreedain via Thingiverse)

The Black Panther plays a unique role in the Marvel universe, serving as both the king and protector of Wakanda. His debut in the MCU was particularly well-received.

This is a replica of the helmet from the film Civil War and is very close to the movie version. A two-toned appearance gives it a minimal yet striking look. The model is printed in pieces, and the maker has also uploaded a one-piece version. You should definitely post-process the final print to give it the respect it deserves.

Who made it? HappyMoon

Who printed it? At least five people have posted their makes and over 500 have it in their collection.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Avengers Tower

The miniaturized version of Avengers Tower
The miniaturized version of Avengers Tower (Source: Dronoloc via Thingiverse)

Formerly known as Stark Tower, Avengers tower is the first self-sustained building in Manhattan, New York. The towering skyscraper was entirely powered by clean energy, thanks to Tony’s arc reactor technology.

The model is obviously a scaled-down version of the original building. Nonetheless, it has quite exquisite detailing, and the maker has done an excellent job of splitting the model so that it can be printed without any supports. The tower stands at around 150 mm as-is, but you can scale it to any size you like.

Who made it? Dronoloc

Who Printed it? Nobody seems to have posted a make, but it has over 300 downloads and is part of many collections. Why not become the first to post a make?

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Eye of Agamotto

The Eye of Agamotto, completed and painted
The Eye of Agamotto, completed and painted (Source: Enza3D via MyMiniFactory)

The Eye of Agamotto was first featured in the movie Doctor Strange. The Eye draws its inspiration from the All-Seeing Eye of the Buddha. It’s said that this power relic was created by Agamotto himself to contain the Time Stone.

The maker has done an excellent job of putting together the eye as closely as possible to the real movie prop. Not just a showpiece, this eye reveals the hidden Time Stone inside it, similar to the one shown in the movie.

With all the electronics and mechanical components nicely tucked away, this one is an excellent example of some amazing tinkering skills. It’s a must-have for those looking to have the power of the Sorcerer Supreme.

Who made it? Enza3D

Who printed it? The model has been downloaded over 1,700 times, but no one’s posted their make, yet. Nevertheless, there’s a lot of activity in the comments section, making it seem like many people have made it.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Venom

Venom head complete with grisly saliva detail
Venom head complete with grisly saliva detail (Source: fernanoob via Thingiverse)

Venom falls in that category of characters who can’t exactly be called superheroes, but aren’t supervillains, either. Venom was popularized by the movie released by Sony Entertainment under the same name in 2018. The character, as shown in the movies, is quite boorish and the theme of the movie justifies it.

The model is supposed to be printed in one-piece, but one maker has kindly split it into parts for ease of printing.

Who made it? Masterclip

Who printed it? The model is very famous among the maker community with over 37,000 downloads and 37 posting their makes. There are also various remixes that you should check out.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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PLAkit Models

Captain Marvel's PLAkit model
Captain Marvel's PLAkit model (Source: Purakito via Thingiverse)

This is more than just a collection of amazing models. The PLAkit characters have a unique spin on many of the major characters from the Marvel universe. They make great presents for toy collectors and Marvel fans alike.

Some of these models can be easily printed without supports. Besides models from the Marvel universe, the designer Purakito has some amazing collections of characters for DC, Harry Potter, and many more fandoms.

Here are some notable models:

Who made it? Purakito

Who printed it? Many users have printed and posted their makes of the various characters on offer. Rest assured, you can print any of these without any difficulties. They are designed to be easily printable.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Destroyer

The Asgardian Destroyer printed in resin
The Asgardian Destroyer printed in resin (Source: Ryanthetuner via MyMiniFactory)

This Asgardian automaton made its first appearance in the Marvel cinematic universe in the first Thor movie. The Destroyer is an enchanted Asgardian suit of armor created by Odin.

The model is very detailed and accurate, which means it’s best printed on SLA or DLP machines.

Who made it? FotisMint

Who printed it? Over 5,000 downloads and numerous verified makes, this model is definitely print-worthy.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Stormbreaker

Stormbreaker
Stormbreaker ready to go to war (Source: akf_was_here via Thingiverse)

This axe was forged with the same element as that of the Infinity Gauntlet. It’s said to be the strongest weapon ever created for the Asgardians.

Interestingly, this model was released before the movie in which it was featured, having been modeled around trailers and leaked images. Nevertheless, it’s very close to the prop in the movie.

Who made it? Prophicy

Who printed it? With over 15 posted makes and 14,000 downloads, many makers have enjoyed this one, for sure.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Bonus: Groot

A Baby Groot model with some fantastic post-processing
A Baby Groot model with some fantastic post-processing (Source: Josh Mings via Solidsmack)

The adorable tree-creature who captured our hearts with his first appearance in the Guardians of the Galaxy is one character without which this list would be incomplete. Even with his limited vocabulary, Groot made an impression that’s sure to last a very long time.

Later, the appearance of Baby Groot only increased the character’s popularity.

With so many models based on the beloved character, we recommend you head over to our dedicated list of Groot models.

(Lead image source: BurakSsl via Reddit)

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